Vanderbilt completes sweep of Georgia


NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- Georgia scored seven times in the ninth inning, but the Bulldogs still lost 12-9 to Vanderbilt in the first game Saturday. The game was a completion of a game suspended Friday night when the outfield lights went out at Hawkins Field.

Georgia also lost Saturday's regularly scheduled game, 11-0. That was the Dogs' seventh straight loss.

Friday night's game was suspended after Georgia batted in the fifth inning with Vanderbilt leading 10-0. The Commodores eventually built the lead to 12-0.

Georgia scored seven in the ninth on four hits and two Vanderbilt errors. The Dogs had the bases loaded when the game ended.

In the second game, Georgia (21-21-1, 7-12-1) managed just four hits.

The two teams conclude the series at 2 p.m. Sunday.

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